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guys, thanks very much. >> thank you. >> neil: to let you know, hope hicks, very young communications director is stepping down on the day stocks were down, on the day why finished one of our worst months in some time. trading resumes tomorrow. >> kimberly: breaking news hours of the white house. white house communications director hope hicks is resigning. this comes a day after she testified before the house intelligence committee about the russia investigation. furthermore, we had over to chief white house correspondent john roberts. >> this was a real shocker, no question. if you look at everybody in the white house other than ivanka trump and jared kushner and melania trump, this is a person who is closest to the president. i was in her office last week. one wall of her office is one of the walls of the oval office. she is literally just outside the door. she has been at president trump
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aside for some three years now. she has been taking on an exhausting schedule. she probably reached burnout level in 2015. she kept going, going, going and going. i am told by sources inside the white house that this was planned before her testimony yesterday. she sat with the house intelligence committee members for some ten hours. during which she said on occasions she has told "white lies" on behalf of president trump. she said it was nothing material to the russia investigation. she was also at the center of the storm of controversy surrounding rob porter who was dismissed from the white house a couple weeks back on allegations of spousal abuse. dating back to the early 2000s. i think this is not any one thing here. probably a cascade of working yourself to the bone for three years, and then your personal
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life being dragged out there before the public as well as her testimony yesterday. maybe there's a sense it was time to move on. it will be difficult for the president to replace somebody like hope hicks from at least the standpoint of loyalty. i don't know of anybody at the white house except for immediate family that was as loyal to president trump as hope hicks was. she released a statement this afternoon on news of her resignation sang "there are no words to adequately express my gratitude to president trump. i wish the president and his administration the very best as he continues to lead our country." from the president: "hope is outstanding and has done great work for the last three years. she has a truly great person. i will miss having her by my side but when she approached me about pursuing other opportunities, i totally understood. i am sure we will work togethet in the future." hope hicks announced her
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resignation shortly after joshua fell announced he was leaving that communications shop as well. a replacement has not been named yet. certainly a favorite for the job inside the white house would be mercedes schlapp. she is the current director of strategic communications, moving her into the communications director spot would probably be a natural. they have a person who had laudatory comments about hope hicks was chief of staff john kelly. some people will tell you their relationship at times was tense. no one reason given for her leaving. no real reason given for her leaving other than she will be pursuing opportunities outside the white house. i think it was a lot of things that came to bear the same time. she probably figured enough is enough. >> kimberly: thank you. dana, big breaking news.
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hope hicks, coming on the heels of her testimony. i think for some time she was thinking about making an exit strategy from the white house. she has been very devoted to president trump, his personal life, professional life, business prior to this. now serving in the white house. >> dana: it's interesting. several reasons one might go into the white house. it is really hard to leave the white house. this is a decision no one makes lightly. you make it reluctantly usually. especially if you want to go out in the middle of a really important year after a lot of accomplishments that the administration finished out the year-round. i think going out on her own terms is really good. she has an incredibly bright future in front of her. she is leaving on good terms with everybody inside the white house, based on the report john roberts just put forward. she is a young woman with a lot of experience that she got in a short. of time. it's an amazing pressure cooker.
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when you add an investigation to a staff, it is so intense. if the focus 24/7 on the job you have while at the same time you have to make time to meet with your lawyers and go to the the l and meet with the house intelligence committee. that won't end because she is leaving the white house. maggie at "the new york times" is saying similar things, though this was planned for quite a while. it's good for a president to know who's able to go the distance in an election year, including a midterm election year. if you think you are not going able -- not going to be able to be there 100%, sprint to the finish to the election day to step aside and let someone else do it. i wish her the very best. she represented women while in the white house. she is very quiet and she doesn't seek attention. that's unusual in today's politics. >> kimberly: not a self
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promoter. very dedicated, loyal, capable. all of us know her. she is very nice person, pleasant to be around. >> jesse: disappointing day for the trump white house. she is president trump's most trusted and loyal aide. she doesn't -- she travels with him. she controls access of information in a similar way that john kelly did. when you hear something like this, your mind always goes, the testimony situation, personal life situation. is there chaos in the white house communications department? that is all speculation. it could be known of those things -- it could be none of those things. it could be all of those things. i don't want to make a judgment. i think she probably had the best reputation among all the people on the trump staff. you never heard anything negative about her. there was never any bad story leaked about her on the team. that is to her credit.
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she's obviously a very likable person. selfishly she was my point of contact with the president. if i wanted to interview the president, i would go through her. i did two or three interviews with president trump when he was running. it was all set up by hope hicks. i am scrambling now. owing to have to find a new friend. the sky's the limit for her. she is young, talented, extremely well-connected. a lot of people are saying now might be the time to bring back the mooch. >> juan: i don't know what to say. that was pretty cataclysmic. this is interesting to me on several counts. the high turnover rate in the trump white house. i think yesterday we were talking about it, 34%. more than double any other white house in the first year. the second thing is that you
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also have jared kushner, the president's son-in-law having a reduced clearance. he cannot function in terms of full national security briefing. that is no longer available to him. apparently that's a result of a clash between jared kushner and the white house chief of staff john kelly. there are also reports of tension between hicks and kelly. again, the president -- kelly was restricting access to the president, access to documents. i don't know. and then of course as you pointed out, her personal life gets involved in this. she was going out with one guy. another guy. and the guy she is going out with is accused of spousal abuse and that brings up all sort of who is leaking what end is it a clash with lovers? what is going on? >> kimberly: i didn't hear all of that. >> jesse: lewandowski and border apparently were rivals
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for her affection. >> kimberly: that happens a lot every day. >> juan: but she is in the spotlight. i think you got to understand once she says she is telling white lies president trump, that damages her credibility. she was saying it to the investigators in order to say i didn't tell any big lies but already people were joking that the title of her memoir will be "white lies." for a communications director in washington under pressure, not the best. >> kimberly: i don't think she is going to that book. >> i think kelly respects confidence. judging by his remarks, he said when i became chief of staff, i realize what so many have learned about hope. that's not how you write about somebody who was leaving. great to see you. he says great things about her.
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i don't think he minds angering the president. i think there is a lot of respect there. i worry, the big pressure for the president, having people around he trusts. every president, from harry truman on back, i need someone who knew me before i became president. jared kushner, if he had stepped back. ben rhodes was pretty close to president obama. he had the same clearance. if she leaves, someone has to step up that he trusts, that he can confide in. she asked the same under pressure she does without pressure. i have seen her in the most chaotic situations. she is totally calm. i think maybe it's not that bad. then i sear them in the middle of the white house, she is the same way. i saw her after they won, absolutely calm. she treats people with respect no matter how big your
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publication or tv station is. that's also a rare commodity. that was never -- she was assistant to ivanka. she didn't say, if i am assistant to ivanka, someday i will be in the white house. she had no interest in fame. she never sat for an interview. the things she has, intangible qualities that i think is going to be impossible to replace. >> kimberly: she never made it about her. she did not seek the attention our limelight. she did not want to be press secretary. she didn't want the focus of her. she didn't want to be the person of the podium. she preferred to be strong and steady behind the scenes. i wish you the best. you can't imagine. going to testify in the grueling -- >> brian: it's like these pictures are from a photo shoot. it's almost as if she's in a photo shoot. every shot. >> juan: one thing i would say
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he was given her age, she is 28 years old. it's not as if she has any wealth of experience to offer the president. it is the loyalty, the connection. she wouldn't have been there without president trump. there were questions when she was put in the position of being the communications director, could she handle it? it looks like she was handling it well enough, although the trump white house as a torrent of news and controversy, if not chaos. >> dana: it takes a tremendous amount of focused energy to be calm in all cases. and it's important to have somebody in the white house who knows the president very well. i will speak for george w. bush. if you were to talk to dan bartlett, the first communications director for the president, he had to work for the president as an intern when he was in the governor 's office. he worked his way up. he was on the campaign trail. he gets to the white house. they go through 9/11 and reelection in the whole dan rather thing.
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you always knew if you couldn't get to the president, you could go to dam and get advice and guidance. to have a presidential whisperer is invaluable. i think president trump will be able to find another one. i knew there was going to possibly be trouble when they were on air force one coming back from europe and they added the statement don jr. gives about the meeting at trump tower with the russian lady. having been in an administration that had to deal with the special counsel in regards to things were written and said on air force one, everyone who touch that has to go through the investigation. it's excruciating. >> brian: if mueller calls her, it's a $50,000 check, they say. you need a high-powered lawyer. every step of the way. that's why, more than anything else, they fear that call. >> kimberly: fascinating discussion. we have a lot to get to, including president trump's meeting with lawmakers about gun control. breaking new developments in the
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>> juan: students returned to stoneman douglas high school in florida today. we have breaking developments on the investigation. florida's house has issued subpoenas to the broward county sheriff's office, school board, and several local governments in its evaluation of what went wrong. will sheriff israel released the surveillance video showing the police response of the mass shooting? a lot of controversy over the response. in the nation's capital, the president sat down with members of congress from both sides of the aisle to discuss changes to our nation's gun laws. >> we are going to come up with some ideas. hopefully we can put those ideas in a very bipartisan bill. it would be so beautiful to have one bill everybody could support. we have to do something very decisive. you can take the guns away immediately from people that you can judge easily are mentally ill. i don't want mentally ill people to be having guns.
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urate movies for different things. maybe you have to rate them for terror, for what they are doing and what they are all about. some of you people are petrified of the nra. you can't be petrified. they want to do what's right and they're going to do what's right. i really believe that. >> juan: kimberly, the president came up with some basic ideas like not selling guns to people under 21. he wants more of a universal, not quite -- better background checks. then there's the question sitting out there about assault weapons. >> kimberly: i think it makes sense. when you sit home and listen to this and think about the perspective of, we would like some uniformity and conformity in terms of background checks. we would like all the states to have some was of a similar background check that is thorough and comprehensive and that people comply with by turning in the information, updating the database to make sure it's current and active. it calls for that because it's
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so important in terms of public safety and to make sure people, if they are troubled and having issues, but the most recent information is compiled and uploaded in the system to be available to law enforcement, different agencies, mental health care professionals to know who they are dealing with. i want that too. you want that kind of consistency across the board so if you go to alabama, it's not different than if you go to california. while at the same time respecting the constitutional rights and the second amendment and people's right to bear arms. part of that includes these checks. >> juan: the president said he still likes the idea of arming teachers. he said he understands a lot of you don't like the idea. we had a report of a teacher with a gun having an incident in georgia. >> jesse: that is tough. i think there is a lot of disagreement on the issue. depends where you are in the country. people in manhattan think that is wild and you go anywhere else and they think that's normal.
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a lot of states already do it. there was a key moment of were the president was kind of mocking senator toomey from pennsylvania. they asked him about raising the age limit ten he said mr. president, there is a lot of 18, 19, 20-year-old men and women in pennsylvania that want to use an ar for fun, target, hunting. why should we deny law-abiding people their constitutional second amendment rights. the president said all right, he looked at senator manchin, he said you have to get together on that. that's going to be a critical issue. on the broward county thing, we are looking at information from sources that said people who showed up, the police officers, were told not to go in unless they have body cameras. none of them had body cameras. the emts were told not to go in. one of the emts told fox news
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everything i was trained on mass casualty event said they did the wrong thing. training since columbine has been first responders, police go in immediately with paramedics. they had a de-escalation policy at the broward county sheriff's department and they had another program called the promise program where they don't arrest students for criminal activity. you get to the point where he appoints his friend to that position. he was involved in the fort lauderdale shooting at the airport which went horribly wrong. he was castigated for that. radio transmissions went down, the fort lauderdale shootings. radio transmissions suspiciously went down in this shooting too. he is saying they called the house 23 times. turns out it was twice that. this sheriff is a real villain and i don't like what he's done and how he's conducted himself. looks like the florida legislature is going to take some action against this guy. >> juan: there are a lot of stories in there but we have to
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move on. dick's sporting goods has said they will not sell assault weapons. they aren't going to sell any gun to someone under 21, and they are not going to sell high-capacity magazines. >> dana: it could be this is a good p.r. move for them but you are making a decision about selling a product. maybe their sales weren't very good. maybe it won't hurt them that bad on the bottom line. maybe it will increase sales of people decide that's a good place to go. if you don't mind him i want to comment on jeff sessions the president is having. there is something very special about them. especially when you think, do you remember the open session president obama had on obamacare early on. paul ryan was there in the president took a real shot at paul ryan and mccain. that was 2009, maybe early 2010. it set bipartisan relations way back. if it doesn't get back on track until there's moments with crises on the budget where they
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have to get together. the president is calling embers of the senate by their first name, not disrespectfully but in a way that is quite friendly. he is forcing people to come to the table. it's not without risk to have open cameras there. anybody could come out and say anything. i find that the members feel confident enough to say something in front of the president in front of the cameras that is not showboating. if they continue to have open forums or nothing results, then they will get old but right now it's very special. >> brian: what's most important is the conclusion at the end. when steve scalise put his hand up and said i want to put concealed carry and that he said steve, i'm your biggest fan but not in this bill. to dianne feinstein, he says what you think? mr. president, if you tell them, they do it. to tell you the truth, this makes me realize why the
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apprentice worked. the board room was real. that's the way he conducts his life. they would edit it and do a good job but for the most part the celebrities sat in front of him and they were the real people. this team over the last four days has sat these people around him and said mr. president , he sat there. joe manchin said i don't like being senator because i can't get anything done. as governor, i got to do things. now he is in the game. he said if he -- and this was our president in 2013, we would have got stuff passed after sandy hook. that is a democrat from west virginia. i know he needs to get reelected but still that was unsolicited. >> juan: this is the president's style. we want to get something done. >> dana: he is not a micromanager. i think it will work better. >> juan: president trump issuing more harsh words for his attorney general.
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the senate. he worked for the bush and obama administrations. as far as i know, there is no other entity unless they want to add another special counsel. >> brian: phones were down at the white house. doesn't anyone call each other anymore. call the nsa. i am in for greg today. michael horowitz has a great reputation but he's got a full plate. the one thing i would have to say, the president would be much better off letting the focus be not on the attorney general but on the afternoon session with the lawmakers. michael horowitz has got a full plate. he's about to come out in april of the earliest with a look at how the investigation was handled. this gives him another major thing to do. it's going to be a major delay. >> dana: he is doing the clinton email investigation and looking at that. he got a vote of confidence from
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a former attorney general surve survey. jerry falwell, who supports the president, said sessions is probably pretending to be for donald trump and that he is actually a mccain and bush died. seemed to me quite coordinated. >> kimberly: "days of our lives." quite funny. i was interested from a legal perspective, former attorney general. i like him. he's logical. he's persuasive. he knows what he's been able to do. when you have that kind of level of support, that bodes well for jeff sessions. i have to tell you jeff sessions can take a punch. he is unbelievable. he is a prizefighter. i'm going to hang in there. >> brian: reince priebus reince priebus had to plead with him to stay in the job.
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>> kimberly: i know. >> dana: it is weird. >> juan: i was talking to somebody about this and saying what is the president's strategy? if he is sending a signal of discontent with the attorney general. we know last july he said it was ridiculous that sessions had not -- had recused himself because he said if you knew sessions was going to recuse himself he wouldn't have appointed him attorney general. then he has had these exchanges. brian touched on the story from reince priebus where sessions has to meeting with the president, decides he's going to quit. he tells him he can't quit. i don't know what the larger strategy is. >> brian: it is bill parcells, george steinbrenner. he will say hey, you are going to catch a ball once in a while? pushing him to do better and
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that's an aggressive -- bill parcells and billy martin. >> dana: if you are a president who likes loyalty, jeff sessions was the first who laid it out on the line for him. >> jesse: that is true but the president doesn't feel like sessions has had his back. he wishes he had a attorney general like eric holder who had president obama's back. >> dana: he had more than his back. >> jesse: he had everything. even held in contempt of congress for protecting him. the way the president operates, he projects emotion and projects energy into the world. things kind of move around after he does that and he finds a way to navigate through the chaos and it has worked for him up and to this point. i understand his frustration. hillary clinton literally colluded with the russians. she paid a foreign agent to get russian sourced dirt.
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♪ >> jesse: voters in chicago don't have to wonder or one congressional candidate stands on the issue of pot legalizatio legalization. democrat benjamin thomas wolfe can possibly be high in his new campaign ad. brian and the gang on "fox & friends" spoke with him. >> i think it's important that we start talking about legalizing cannabis. this is an medicine for tens of millions of people in america. it can bring billions of dollars in tax revenue to illinois. it is the first component to overhauling and transitioning the criminal justice system. >> brian: a few win, will you get high? >> definitely. [laughter] >> jesse: brian is going to be at the victory party.
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you know chicago, his district. could this stunt win? >> brian: it is a very liberal area. they went heavily for bernie sanders. this guy is going to waltz right into office. on a serious note, if you look at everything with illinois, i don't think pot should be the number one issue. people are getting shot. what it takes to live a decent life in chicago. looking at the taxes for the other thing is, it's a terrible message in all seriousness. he comes out of the fbi and claims he started smoking pot when he left brady, right. the messages everyone should get high. vote for me. that's good if you are in 11th grade trying to be senior class president. >> jesse: and want to ask the resident pothead, dana, very experienced in the ways of recreational marijuana. do you think this sends that message. are people old enough to understand? >> dana: i guess to each his own. i think getting addicted to the
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tax revenue from this is a really bad way to fund your economy. ask any of those dates. in colorado, they love the tax revenue that has come in but these decisions are not without consequences. >> brian: they don't love the duis. >> jesse: are there a lot of problems? >> dana: if i say that, i'm going to get a thousand messages saying i am wrong. there are studies that say there are. >> kimberly: we are against it it. >> brian: we know why you are wearing green today. >> kimberly: love of the irish irish. i saw too many things. i saw young people suffering, starting out using marijuana. i don't care if you send me 3 million emails, i will tell you what i think. i will tell you what i know. i don't care. they do this. and they are smoking marijuana. then they are getting behind the wheel of a car. they are saying let's try something else.
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>> dana: eating all the snack food. >> kimberly: they start to develop this lifestyle. it becomes easier to try the next thing. all i am saying is life is hard enough. try to use some other coping mechanisms. >> brian: deep breathing, yoga. >> kimberly: obviously people are suffering from cancer or needed for medicinal purposes, i understand that. but you shouldn't abuse it. >> jesse: juan uses pot to cope, right? >> juan: i use you. i talked to you. i think you guys are out of touch with what is going on in the country. i think there is tremendous momentum for people legalizing the use of marijuana in state legislatures across the country. >> kimberly: i agree. >> juan: the reason is not some truant teenagers saying i want to smoke pot. it is older people who are saying you know what? i have enjoyed this my whole life and it has medicinal
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purposes and it also has good purposes in terms of relaxation and having -- >> kimberly: i am not against people who are elderly. >> brian: is it responsible to use it in a campaign ad? you shouldn't sit there with beer or whiskey. >> juan: prohibition happened and people campaigned the end the ban on alcohol. >> jesse: a lot of people would do anything to keep their pets forever. barbra streisand cloned hers and it's creeping a lot of people out, like me.
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♪ >> brian: it is time for controversy 48 minutes into the show. we are big pet lovers. there are some amazing dogs in these families. we love them dearly but would we clone them after they reached their final destination which we believe will be dog heaven? barbra streisand revealed she did. she cloned her dog, two of her dogs. miss the violent and miss scarlett are clones of the late dog samantha who passed on last year, about $50,000 a pop.
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her third dog is a distant cousin. they do have something in common. i go to dana. she is the proud owner of america's dog, jasper. clone a dog. >> dana: i am very much against this. you know i love my dogs. this show had only been on air for six months when my previous dog died. it was devastating. my fox family really helped me in order to get over it. i think it is selfish and wrong to think you can clone another being. you can get another purebred that looks like your previous dog. you can't clone their hearts and their spirits. >> brian: i hear you have to cage the animal for the cloning process. they look the same. they don't act the same. >> jesse: how do you know?
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they look the same, they feel the same. it's the same dog. dog spirits? they are animals. they are pets. they are animals. >> dana: you are wrong. >> jesse: i bet if they clone jasper and they put jasper and cloned jasper next which other, you would not be able to tell. >> brian: kimberly. >> kimberly: it's interesting, isn't it? i think it is kind of creepy. they look pretty good. i think she got her money's worth. i love our dogs. these are romans dogs. mario and luigi -- ronan's dog. super mario brothers. they are adorable. they are quite mischievous. not sure about cloning. >> brian: barbra streisand says it's worth it to do it.
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peta says it's not. >> juan: i couldn't agree more. our shelters have too many stray dogs. the best part about this, it was an interview she was doing with the variety and it was supposedly about hollywood and "me too" ." she mentioned this and everyone was like, this is more interesting. especially when she said "send in the clones." >> dana: if you think jesse is wrong and that dogs have personalities and spirits, please send him a text -- or tell me. >> jesse: all those potheads who don't like dana and what she said about your lovely weed in colorado, email her. >> dana: it is on. >> brian: as much as i like my dogs, i am against cloning, especially because barbra streisand did it. when we come back, we have "one more thing." don't ask me how i know.
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brian, stop fidgeting. the iconic girl group has been invited to the wedding of prince harry to actress meghan markle. she drops the hint she and the spice girls will be reuniting for a performance at the royal wedding reception. fans of been buzzing about it. they are super excited and everyone wants an invitation. especially because victoria beckham shared a group photo of the ladies having lunch togethe together. our dreams are finally coming true. >> dana: you should get an invitation to the wedding. you have done a lot of p.r. for them. >> kimberly: i am helping the royal family. >> dana: i want to talk about a lovely man. he died yesterday. william bush, he was the
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youngest brother of former president george h.w. bush. graduated from yale. he was a very devoted cardinals fan. his wife patricia passed in 2015. he is survived by his two children. he was loved by everyone, including george w. bush, the former president commensurately by his brother, 41. rest in peace. >> kimberly: a tough loss for the family. >> jesse: this is called look before you leap. check this video out. a deer running through the streets of louisville, kentucky. bouncing around. >> brian: oh, wow. >> jesse: dear can swim. little-known fact. the producers are freaking out, is the deer were okay. did the deer die? it is a deer. it's an animal.
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they can swim. >> dana: how scary. the poor thing. >> kimberly: we get emails. people get mad. you don't care about the animals. >> jesse: people get mad at juan. they don't get mad at me. >> brian: it was foggy. >> kimberly: all right, juan. >> juan: a journey through grandma's papers can be a journey through american history. that's what happened to michael in houston after his mom died in 2014. he found a rare handmade copy of the declaration of independence. only 200 copies were made in 1820. today only 51 are known to be in existence. his mother is a descendant of president james madison's favorite nephew. the president gave the young man his copy and apparently it stayed in the family. now it has been sold for more than a million dollars. david rubenstein who already owns four of the remaining
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copies. >> dana: good for him. >> brian: i am going to tear up my attic. there's got to be something in there. >> brian: you got a chance to see me in person. now it's time for the people in new jersey. i will be signing "andrew jackson: the miracle of new orleans." that's in new jersey thursday. friday, to georgia. at barnes & noble in marietta. i'm going to enjoy the weekend in shorts. now, attention next generation, something extremely disturbing about ipads and iphones. kids no longer have the muscles in their hands to use pencils and pens. this is a widespread global problem. kids can't write because they don't have the muscles. how weak are we? >> kimberly: they need
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occupational therapy. >> dana: they need to play with blocks so they have grip. >> kimberly: i don't know what is up with that chair. people think they get two "one more things." >> bret: okay, kimberly. thank you. i am bret baier in washington. president trump's top communication advisor and perhaps closest advisor is about to become incommunicado, at least officially. hope hicks is resigning one day after an appearance involve the house intelligence committee looking into the rush of collusion allegation. senior white house aides insist this resignation had nothing to do with that testimony. it's a white house that has seen a lot of turnover. unprecedented turnover in the first 13 months. fox team coverage. catherine herridge with more on the hicks appearance yesterday and the ongoing investigation. we begin with chief white house correspondent john roberts with the breaking news. presid

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